Reading the structural elements of a site


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Reading the structural elements of a site

In this movie, we finally get to the good stuff, designing for the Internet. We have looked at the technical limitations of the web. We have looked at how web standards and best practices are an important issue to address in designing web sites. And now, we get to bring our creative genius and our design skills to how to create a great a web site. My theory is that are really only two pages that you need to design. There is the homepage and everything else what we call secondary pages. In this lesson, we are going to take some time to look at the structural elements that need to be on a homepage.

Taking a look up here at this info graphic. You can see at the top we need to have some page title. A way of identifying in a browser that this is the homepage. Typically, the next structural element would be a Header. This could be graphics, it could be text, it could be a combination of both of those but that's typically at the top of the page. Content is usually prominent but below th...

Reading the structural elements of a site
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Reading the structural elements of a site provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Laurie Burruss as part of the Web Site Planning and Wireframing: Hands-On Training

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